# Different quotation marks with csquotes package

For a document in German I'm using the guillemets option of the csquotes package. But there is a section in the document where I'd like to use the "regular" quotation marks for German -- "regular" meaning those obtained by not choosing the guillemets option. Is it possible to have both? And if so, how?

To make myself clear, let me add that what I'd like to have is the features of the csquotes package available for both types of quotation marks.

An MWE for this follows:

\documentclass{memoir}

\usepackage[german]{babel}

\usepackage[
german = guillemets,%quotes,<- I'd like to have both quot. marks in the same document
autostyle = true,
autopunct,
csdisplay = true,
]{csquotes}

\begin{document}
Written in English but \enquote{meant to be used} in a document written in German.
\end{document}


If you want to keep csquotes features, simply switch between the two styles with

\setquotestyle[quotes]{german}


and

\setquotestyle[guillemets]{german}


MWE:

\documentclass{memoir}

\usepackage[german]{babel}

\usepackage[
german = guillemets,%quotes,<- I'd like to have both quot. marks in the same document
autostyle = true,
autopunct,
csdisplay = true,
]{csquotes}

\begin{document}
Written in English but \enquote{meant to be used} in a document written in German.

\setquotestyle[quotes]{german}
Written in English but \enquote{meant to be used} in a document written in German.

\setquotestyle[guillemets]{german}
Written in English but \enquote{meant to be used} in a document written in German.

\end{document}


Output

Otherwise, you can always use \glqq and \grqq.

\documentclass{memoir}

\usepackage[german]{babel}

\usepackage[
german = guillemets,%quotes,<- I'd like to have both quot. marks in the same document
autostyle = true,
autopunct,
csdisplay = true,
]{csquotes}

\newcommand{\defaultquote}[1]{\glqq #1\grqq}

\begin{document}
Written in English but \enquote{meant to be used} in a document written in German.

Written in English but \defaultquote{meant to be used} in a document written in  German.

\end{document}


Output

• Right, but the drawback is that then I don't have the features of the csquotes package available for the guillemets anymore, which is what I meant. Maybe I should have made myself more clear about this point in my OP. – Marcos Jan 16 '15 at 6:57
• @Marcos Of course. Added another possibility in the answer which exploits the features of csquotes as a first choice. – karlkoeller Jan 16 '15 at 7:43
• Good. I had overlooked this setup possibility. Thanks so much. – Marcos Jan 16 '15 at 13:28
• @Marcos Not at all. – karlkoeller Jan 16 '15 at 15:31